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great night. on see you next week. aptiing >>> hello, america, welcome to the glen beck program. tonight, pick up the phone, caln your neighbors, call the people in tea parties on the 9/12 project because tonight, i amnts going to reveal ther a revolutionaries behind this. w. it has been sitting here a couple of weeks. a we're going to spend the wholes. hour.ms i want to walk you through au couple of things. your freedoms are on the ropes t and you have a choice to make. i am going to present that choice to you tonight and i am going to show you the revolutionaries, the faces behind this movement and i don't grearevolutionary lightly. that is their words, not mine. you believe this country iso great but seems like there are not enough blackboards to explain it all? stand up! come on, follow me. ♪ >>> hello, america, this is a night that i would sure love th. white house to call but i doubt they will. you will see there a countdown o clock. in about 30 minutes from now, vr we'll reveal what is behind hve there. it is very, very complex and we have had a hard time putting it to
, follow me. hello, america, this is a night that i'd sure love the white house to call, but i doubt they will. you see there a countdown clock. in about 30 minutes from now, we are going to reveal what is behind there. it has been very, very complex and we have had a hard time putting it together, but i think by the end of the hour, you'll see america for what it truly is, a country that has a huge decision to make. president obama promises us hope and change, and he is at least keeping some of those promises, change, but i don't think it is the change that millions of americans voted for. this nation is being fundamentally transformed, again, as he promised but we didn't really listen to him. we didn't understand those words. we didn't know what it meant when he said he would transform this nation. one way this administration and its helpers are doing it is by systematically stripping away our right to free speech. yes,?nd the president and other progressives profess so be saviors of our first amendment rights. they love free speech, but when you pull back the curtain, like we're a
brooke, and god bless the united states of america. [applause] [applause] >> you may be seated. >> ladies and gentlemen, the united states army chorus. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [applause] >> please be seated. ladies and gentlemen, the honorable john kerry, united states senator. [applause] >> madam speaker, mr. majority leader, and distinguished colleagues in congress from both parties, ladies and gentlemen and members of the brooke family, our colleague ted kennedy was born into history. he was part of history throughout his life. he made history, and he knew history. and it was his respect for ed brooke's role in history and his personal affection for ed brooke that led him to champion this congressional gold medal. obviously, we're so delighted that vicki kennedy is here today , and his great friend, my colleague now in the senate, paul kirk is here with us to celebrate this moment. in one of his first sermons after finishing his studies at boston university, martin luther king jr. observed the thing that we need in the world today is a group of men and women who will stand up
say good or that revolutionary? from new york, good night, america. captioned by, closed captioning services, inc. >> geraldo: happy halloween. i'm he going. of all the trick or treating and halloween celebrations across the country the hottest ticket was at the white house with 2,000 kids from five washington elementary schools and from the military along with their parents greeted by the first family at the front door of 1600 pennsylvania avenue. and at a year when the obama man spoke straight and zombie is among the most popular costumes perhaps it is fitting that the president came as himself, dressed in casual weekend attire. the president's mother-in-law came as herself. the first lady was a leep pardons complete with cat ears around along with the daughters they all joined in handing out candy. the obamas passing out goody bags loaded with white house m & ms with the president's signature on them and a sweet butter cookie baked by the white house pastry stop. the biggest thrill according to many of the kids was just meeting the president and his family on halloween. celebrati
>>> good morning, and welcome to "this week." one year ago -- >> change has come to america. >> -- a campaign's hope. ♪ >> fired up. >> this week, the reality of governing. >> the burden is something that i think about each and every day. >> one year from triumph, president obama confronts tough challenges. >> we're out of jobs. >> young americans are unnecessarily in harm's way. >> no government plan, no more debt, no more government takeovers. >> is he delivering his promise of change? >> you've got to recognize that change doesn't happen overnight. >> our exclusive headliner, the president's adviser, confidante and close friend, valerie jarrett. plus, debate and analysis on our powerhouse roundtable with george will, strategist dee dee myers from the clinton white house and ed gillespie from the bush white house and ron brownstein of "the national journal" and liberal activist reverend al sharpton. and "the sunday funnies." >> obama is a good golfer. you know what his handicap is? joe biden, yeah, joe biden. >>> it was one year ago this week that barack obama made histo
're no in ideological business on the factor but america needs more leadership. sarah palin has captured america's attention. it will be interesting if she can turn around the credibility factor. that is the memo. top story. reaction from none other than glenn beck, the author, another book. another one -- a picture book. it will be our fourth, this could be our fourth number one best-seller of the year. >> in three weeks. you and gingrich, every three weeks. >> we're machines. >> you don't sleep, you just type. i have a something for you. i'm watching your program more and more now. you lay out on your blackboard very interesting things. you may some comparisons between founding fathers -- but at the end of all of that which is interesting, i say who does beck think can turn the country around. what say you? >> i wish i had an answer for that, bill. i haven't seen them yet. i keep looking for a george washington to appear. he was the guy that didn't want to serve. we got to the constitutional convention, he said i just want to be a farmer, i want to go back to mount vernon. i'm hoping we can fi
it starting right here on the america's news headquarters at 6:00 p.m. eastern. check out our website at foxnews.com/politics that is updated with the latest, late-breaking campaign coverage. of course, the upcoming elections aren't the only issue in washington. the senate and house have unveiled the time version of healthcare reform, both with a government run plan, public option to. steny hoyer saying that the house could vote on a bill as early as thursday. right now, few if any house republicans are likely to support it. even moderate democrats, known as the blue dogs, remane on the fence. still, house speaker nancy pelosi feeling confident she has the 218 votes needed to get the bill passed. in the senate, a different story. right now majority leader harry reid doesn't have the votes needed to get the bill through. the senate expected to begin debate on the bill in two weeks. conservative radio talk show host rush limbaugh not mincing words on what he thinks the democrat plan of healthcare reform will do the to the united states. we have preview of exclusive interview you'll see only on
lover says yes, and he will show us how. >>> good morning, america. >> good morning. it is sunday, november 1st. and if you're here, weope you remembered to set your clock back last night. an extra hour of sleep. >> that's right. oh, so delicious for those of us on dawn patrol. i hope you had a happy, safe, candy abundant halloween out there. you know what house has the good stuff, that 1600 pennsylvania avenue although the first lady might try to slip you some veggies from her garden. we'll tell you how that went. >> she was dressed as cat woman apparently. we'll bring you that later. >>> we're launching a new series this morning, all of us, bill, ron, marysol and we'll go out on a "weekend adventure." ron is up first. the intrepid mr. claiborne with cave diving. >> in a natural -- >> wow. >> look at that. >> it's amazing. >> underground and not for the claustrophobic. i might say. >> i'm claustrophobic, but i did it. >> also coming up this morning, benedict arnold, judas iscariot, brett favre. we will talk about the quarterback of sort of the father of all turncoats who returns
. afghanistan is separate. america has more in common with india. the need to try to negotiate so they can bring an end to the hostilities. pakistan has the from cards to the solution in that place. until it comes to the table i believe we will have a problem. host: thank you for the call again. stories in the paper this morning, from "the new york times" this says that abdullah was planning to quit the race and this morning it is true. i walk, what does this mean to the president's physician about -- state of iowa, what does this mean on the president's decision to send more troops? caller: he should send more. there is a lot of violence and chaos over there. there was a lot of disruption, the president's brother selling drugs, there is no way for that guy to like women -- to like win an election. host: baltimore, republican line. your reaction to the news from overnight? actually it is floyd in south fork, north carolina. caller: i do not think that any of the president's that we have ever had has ever wanted to dad for the country. they have all wanted to do something good. we need to give th
and how much does it really matter? >>> fixing america broken retirement system and preparing your 401k. one of america's foremost experts on the subject explains what to do next. >>> and making an e-living on ebay. i'll go one-on-one with the ceo of the on-line giant to find out what's selling, what's not, and what's next. the wall street journal report begins right now. >>> here's what's making news as we head into a new week on wall street. the u.s. economy has started to grow once again in the third quarter of this year where. the gross domestic product produced by the economy was up by an annualized rate of 3.5% for the three-month period ending in septembe that was ahead of analyze' expectations and the first increase in a year. it was partly fueled by government-supported spending. the gdp propelled the dow upward nearly 200 points on thursday. the best gain in three months. on friday, though, the markets fell again. >>> earnings season rolled on with verizon beating analysts' expectings as did procter & gamble and energy giant chevron. exxonmobil fell short of expectations in sp
america is doing. we're saving yo $150illion over the next ten years in healthare. you're going to have no eexisting condition be an object. we have met the preside's rk. that was tough. and guess wt? the public opti has ce rawing back, and even though the senate is going to put that in their bill -- >> i don't tnk it's going to get through with all tha there's a lot o peoe in the democratic party, we tked to a lot of them, they weren't supportive of a public option. the 1990 pag dument, i'd love tonow how man on capito hil have red it. the goal of ncy pelosierself is, 90% of citizens in health care. >> that is not true. i can't lethat go b on about 1 million people qualy to be inhe public opon. at she said was our bil covers 96% ofhe american people. almost everyone wille in their own employe based healt care. >> not employ option but some form of government controll healthare. >> bonnie: that's it's! >>> from hlth to home. women may beaking gains in the workforce. but wh it comes to household anchors, even children sll -- anchor -- chores, even children sll believe it's a woman's do
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in their brains. if the american flag offends people in america, i suggest those people find a flag they like better and take the next flight one way to where that flag flies. [ applause ] i'd be in favor of taking some of bail-out and stimulus money that the government wants to spend and use it to stimulate people who hate the flag and bail them out in the country of their choice. it's said you can't cure being stupid. even government healthcare won't fix that. to those who don't like what the american flag represents, i have to wonder what is it about freedom that you find offensive? that flag represents the sacrifice of men and women who put on the uniform and given lives to empower us to know freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and freedom of assembly. they don't hate that flag. i'm grateful for it and what it represents. i proudly pledge my allegiance to that flag and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. for those who hold it in contempt -- [ applause ] -- i hope you do more than leave the gym.
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on this interview say that the image of jesus about any new view of about any new view of jesus in america. we'll ask the author of american stephen broth row with another view on the live line. visual audio captionings producy www.visualaudiocaptioning.com barack obama barac barack obama barack obama >> dr. stephen prothero, welcome. your book has a central proposition, what is the proposition in the book? >> i think there's two. one is that jesus is many and mal oohable, there isn't just one jesus but there's many and the other is that jesus isn't just for christians in the united states, christians love jesus but so do buddhists and jews and hindus and people without any religion whatsoever. >> the jesus image is multiadaptble bause we are a 3489 religious nation. >> that's right, we're a multireligious nation but also a christian nation where 80% or so of the country are christians and they put jesus on the national agenda and then people of all different religions and without any at all respond to that figure. >> why did thomas jefferson become consumed with revising the bible by omitting
at the united states of america. i'm an american. i love this country. i want everybody in it to do well. the conservative message is not, okay, hispanics, we have this plan for you. women, we have this plan for you. that's what the republican party is trying to do, emulate group politics, and the history is that why be democrat? let them handle that. let's go after the big tent that is the country and let's get every person in this country, i don't care what their race is, gender is, sexual orientation, if they have someone who is going to strengthen them, give them the tools, get out of their way and let them make this country work, republican party can attract a majority like they haven't seen since the '80s. >> in the "time" magazine article about glen beck recently, just as you found your place as the triumphant champion of the age of reagan, beck is tapping into the fear and anger on the right today. do you think that's why he struck such a chord, because he taps into the fear and the anger of the conservatives today? >> there is a lot of fear. there's a tremendous amount of fear i
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honored the dead in this way. >> a somber president left the white house just before midnight. america's commander in chief came to honor those who died in battle. in an extraordinary way, this is a moment that most presidents have not shown and most americans have not witnsed. he was just on the plane carrying the coffins of the americans. he comforted the families and in front of the cameras, he saluted the remains of one army sergeant killed in a roadside bomb. a very private moment made public for an entire nation to share in the grief. this solemn ceremony in a reminder of a critical situation in afghanistan. this month has been the deadliest for u.s. forces since the invasion. the president is wrestling with the request to put thousands of more troops in harm's way. it is a decision that has involved hours of meetings behind closed doors. there are owing signs of frustration. >> there is tragic loss and a young americans at the highest levels in this entire war over the last couple of days should emphasize to anyone the importance of moving rapidly with the decision making proces
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program coming up for youoday with one of the most gifted writers and broadcasters i america,y friend fm cbs news, dan raviv. will talk about espionage, about spies, aut the dark sidef the securit apparatus ofvery country. he is fascinating on the subject. you are going to love ts. >> "whi househronicle" is produced in collaborion with whut, howard universit telesion. now, llewellyn kinand co-host linda gasparello. >> hello and thank you for oming along. i am joined by linda gaspallo, co-st of this program. iromise you, the great dan viv. here is the gat danaviv. u can hear him on cbs radio justbout anywhere you are. welcom i have in front of me three of your books. "comic wars" was one of the best books wrten about wall seet shenanigans, huge money, a giant egos, bad, grdy lawyers,tc. it is righup thereith "barbaris at the gate" and some others that have bee written abou what goes on at wall stree wn y have an awful lot of money sloshing around plus egos. i hope it gets republished becae it i worth reading. we have your books about spying. one has this under the wonderful title, "every
-or-treating at the most famous house in america? the front door of the white house decorated with giant pumpkins. part of a special event for 2,000 d.c. area children. >> i don't recall seeing this before. trick-or-treaters walking up to the front door of the white house. the president was there along with the first lady handing out goodies. the first lady was going for the leopard look. >>> we'll begin this morning with a story that's still developing in cleveland where police have discovered as many as six bodies inside the home of a convicted rapist. the man who lived there is behind bars today as police continue their investigation nbc's low cowen has the story. >> reporter: this story on cleveland's east side has been hiding a terrible secret. for how long? no one knows. inside police found two bodies on the third floor. one under the stairs in the basement, perhaps two more hidden in a crawl space and one buried in the backyard. >> we have three bodies located. we also have removed from the scene what we believe to be three additional bodies. >> reporter: in custody is anthony sowell. a 50 year
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. we learn america must go to war with clearly defined goals which is why i've ordered a review of our policy in afghanistan. chris: the president has said he does not want to commit to a long slog that takes us nowhere like in vietnam. unless he thinks we can turn things around in afghanistan, does he think we can? >> he's being asked aot of questions. and he is asking a lot of questions. and he's hearing three different points of view. he's heard from the military that the current strategy is unattainable without a large introduction of troops and being told by some people that this is never winnable. that you are never going to have an afghanistan which is stable, that is a democratic country. and then there are those who are saying actually we have no choigs. we have to win this. that the country as it stands represents such a threat to american national security that we have no choice but to win this war and that's what president obama said back in march. but there are real questions being asked i think about whether even with a big injection of troops this is a real country, a re
'neill. >> griffin dunn is great fertilizer. >> greg: why do they always pick on america? >> so true. so true. she isn't tell if high is perplexed or showing off her dolly. >> greg: she has a fantastic sledge ham. >>> she sure does. >> that is not a sledge hammer i would make fun of, greg. >> she owns it met forrically. >> lay away plan. >> greg: she clones it off. from condos to cockpits. the pilots who overshot the minneapolis airport by 150 miles on sunday were distracted by using laptops in the cockpit. they said a bathroom break, chatting with a flight attendant in the cockpit and then taking out the laptops to cuss work schedules cre created distractions that led to no communication with radio controllers. "red eye" actually obtained video from the cockpit. that is a big congress pate. hard to blame the pilots with that kind of distracting stuff. >> wow! >> greg: brad, you know, what, are we living -- we are living in a world of constant distraction. even guys who are flying planes at with 200, 300 people in the air are on their laptops. what does that say about us? >> i'm not sure what it s
has come to america. >> does the media love fest continue? and election day on tuesday with two important races. will the mainstream media spin the results? economy troubles, sputtering health care reform, no plan for our troops. our commander-in-chief has become chief fundraiser, has the press noticed? distracted at 30,000 feet. two northwest pilots missed the runway by more than 100 miles. did we get the facts? is the press flying in circles? and the world series is on and so is the trash talking by the president in both cities. >> on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor judy miller. rich lawrie editor of the national review. jim pinkerton fellow new america foundation and columnist and fox news analyst keir stin powers, i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. . >> i'll always be honest with you about the challenges we face. i will listen to you, especially when we disagree. >> barack obama on election night there, just about one year ago. fast food forward to this week. what are the media saying. obama's election one year later, the question now, how pa
to grow up thinking that america is an oppressive capitalist plot to undo the working class. if you are a conservative group, you want kids to grow up thinking that america is a perfect place where everybody should enthusiastically wave the flag. >> and publishers began reacting to all these precious by censoring whatever was submitted to them. this is so deeply engrained in the textbook industry that they don't even have to be pressured anymore. >> the point is not to teach but to indoctrinate? >> the point is to create a world that doesn't exist. and to sanitize and clean up the world as it does exist. >> the forces of political correctness are at it again. >> boy were both boys but they did everything together. >> find out why a town in california is insisting that every second grader learns about gay penguins. >> fox news reporting continues. >> put them up. >> remember the good old days when it was homer simpson who taught parents how to talk to their kids about bullying. >> let me help you dry those tears. >> somewhere along the line, it looks like parents dumped that job on t
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the white house and the rain. major, thanks for that. >> you got it. >> chris: tune in to america's election headquarters on tuesday night starting at 6:00 p.m. for all the results. coming up, house democrats tout their healthcare reform bill. our sunday panel weighs in on the 20-pound tower of legislation, when we come back. >>> we are about to deliver on the promis promise of making affordable quality healthcare available for all americans. >> tell me how we going to fix our healthcare system with 1990 pages of bureaucracy. >> chris: speaker nancy pelosi and republican leader john boehner previewing the battle set to take place this week in the house over the democrat's new healthcare reform bill. it is time now for our sunday regulars. brit hume, fox news senior political analyst and contributors mariu mara liassol kristol of the weekly standard and one williams also from national public radio. house democrats unveil the healthcare bill that they going to bring to the floor this week and there is also a disagreement about price. democrats say the total price tag is $894 billion. that is u
, america. captioned by, closed captioning services, inc. >> geraldo: happy halloween. i'm he going. of all the trick or treating and halloween celebrations across the country the hottest ticket was at the white house with 2,000 kids from five washington elementary schools and from the military along with their parents greeted by the first family at the front door of 1600 pennsylvania avenue. and at a year when the obama man spoke straight and zombie is among the most popular costumes perhaps it is fitting that the president came as himself, dressed in casual weekend attire. the president's mother-in-law came as herself. the first lady was a leep pardons complete with cat ears around along with the daughters they all joined in handing out candy. the obamas passing out goody bags loaded with white house m & ms with the president's signature on them and a sweet butter cookie baked by the white house pastry stop. the biggest thrill according to many of the kids was just meeting the president and his family on halloween. celebrations elsewhere including the flam buoyant, outrageous greenwich pa
news is america's news headquarters. live team coverage of all the key races coming up. h1n1 in the work place. what are your rights when a coworker shows up infected with that flu? we'll get you legal answers. and meet the republican activist and mother of two who says legalizing marijuana isn't just for hippies. it's a conservative issue. i'm shannon bream, america's news headquarters live from the nation's capital starts right now. we begin with a fox news alert. thousands of u.s. troops await the president's decision on the way guard. news today the disputed election has gotten more complicated. connor powell has the latest on challenger abdullah abdullah's decision to pull out of the race. hi, connor. >> hi, shannon. abdullah abdullah's announcement today was not so much of a surprise. it was rumored for days he would drop out. they want to legitimize the process here. abdullah abdullah believes the fraud that plagued the first round would plague the second round and he didn't want to be part of the election and hewitt drew officially today and leaving president karzai a
," live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> up next, "america and the courts" with the justices and tin and scalea and steven briar. also an honorary ceremony for edward brooke. later, author daniel ellsburg talks about his documentary, "the most dangerous man in america." >> this week on newsmaker, indiana senator dick lugar. he discusses it challenges facing the country in response to president obama's agenda so far. >> we are in a war in which americans are losing their lives with tens of billions of dollars appropriated and rhee appropriated, at a time when we are running a deficit of $1.4 trillion. that is predicted to be bigger this year. all sorts of ominous signs. this is why i have been criticized the president for instituting the large health care reform, going into cap and trade with climate change, a lot of things that are important this world and important to americans, but i think are virtually impossible to do on top of the budgetary stresses and the economic crisis that we have as americans. >> watch the full interview with dick lugar this sunday at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p
at bank of america. bank of america, citibank, had traditional banking things that were regulated, and their compensation might have been fair inside that industry. but they had these nonbank, rogue divisions that went crazy. are you doing all 25 evaluations as if it's one institution rather than, in fact, separate institutions some of which clearly caused a problem and some of which didn't? because of incompetent management? >> under the law i'm looking at the top 25 compensated individuals at aig as the parent. in other words, i'm not looking at seven people of this unit and five people at that unit in determining the top 25. that was really submitted to us by the company itself under the law. and worked from that. >> in other words, my question is, then, congress didn't separate. we blended them all together. let me go back because what the american people are frustrated with was that we had -- and i voted for t.a.r.p. every time it's come up, okay? because i believe our country is going to collapse because some of these people didn't look at basic, you know, economies growing
.com. >>> america's retirement system is broken, and the closer you are to it, the better you know it, so how do you fix it? what can be done? i recently sat down with roger fogerson, the teacher's retirent giant to get some answers. as always, the former vice chairman of the federal reserve. we talked about retirement as well as interest rates and when they might be moving higher soon. >> don't you think it's premature? >> it's not surprising to hear the calls because there is a lot of liquidity in the system. >> the economy is still fragile, and the fed will and should take its time before raising rates. >> is this a 2010 affair, do you think? >> if you were still there as vice chairman of t fed, what would be your recommendation? >> the answer ultimately depends on what the incoming date why tells them about the economy. >> we are coming out of the worst recession we've had in p 0 years. unemployment is still very much a problem, i would say, and, in fact, as you have seen already, while many businesses are doing well with respect to the bottom line, a lot of that has to do with cost cutting and
to america. >> does the media love fest continue? and election day on tuesday with two important races. will the mainstream media spin the results? economy troubles, sputtering health care reform, no plan for our troops. our commander-in-chief has become chief fundraiser, has the press noticed? distracted at 30,000 feet. two northwest pilots missed the runway by more than 100 miles. did we get the facts? is the press flying in circles? and the world series is on and so is the trash talking by the president in both cities. >> on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor judy miller. rich lawrie editor of the national review. jim pinkerton fellow new america foundation and columnist and fox news analyst keir stin powers, i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. . >> i'll always be honest with you about the challenges we face. i will listen to you, especially when we disagree. >> barack obama on election night there, just about one year ago. fast food forward to this week. what are the media saying. obama's election one year later, the question now, how patient is america
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america's responsibility and the reason it is shared by the colleagues in the united states senate and more broadly the public? >> well, i think he dated there is a vast array of differences from people who would like us to minimize the mission in afghanistan to those who are extremely impatient, that the president hasn't already committed more troops that the commanders there are asking for. so i think he is more of a moderate, it seems, in his views. he was very strong on saying that he believed that the united states has the political will to continue what he posed as a global responsibility to stabilize afghanistan, one that other countries are counting on us for. what is interesting to me is that the polls clearly show a decline in public support for the war and that coincides with some very dramatic rises in u.s. casualties there. so it was interesting that that wasn't at the forefront of his comments there. he maybe expressed a more long-range confidence in american staying power. >> you cover military issues for the paper. he was reciting the recutement issues that are up.
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